A recent poll found huge increases in financial planners as well as their clients purchasing cryptocurrencies. While that’s a big deal, there’s even bigger news on widespread crypto access and adoption…
The OCC finds blockchain to be on par with other widely-used electronic payments like SWIFT, ACH and FedWire, and even said blockchain payments could provide a more resilient system as the large number of nodes would limit tampering on the network. Has crypto finally come of age?
In 2020 we’ve seen another spike in Bitcoin’s price, from under $5,000 when the pandemic lockdowns began to over $28,000 in December. Are we looking at a reprise of 2018’s cataclysmic crash? Or is this just the beginning?
With a week left to the year, Bitcoin could still post some interesting moves before the fireworks start. CNBC’s expert crypto analyst James Ledbetter assesses Bitcoin’s outlook for 2021 and outlines 5 key trends we’ll want to keep an eye on in the year ahead…
Although President Trump is still contesting the U.S. election, Joe Biden is moving forward with onboarding Gary Gensler, a crypto-savvy, former Wall Street veteran, as the head of the financial policy transition team. Find out how Gensler may influence the crypto sector and what his current opinions are on crypto.
Being one of the largest payment processors in the world, PayPal just shook the markets by announcing its move into crypto. Users will now be able to buy, sell, and hold crypto on their PayPal wallets, thus bringing crypto further into the mainstream. See how PayPal plans to introduce crypto to millions.
As crypto plays an increasingly large role in society and becomes intertwined in the fabric of finance, a new study has just revealed eye-opening insights into how quickly it is growing around the world. What is causing adoption to skyrocket, and what can we learn for the future? Find out here.
As the number of crypto users continue to rise, it’s obvious that crypto is becoming a crucial part of everyday life for users around the globe, especially for those in developing parts of the world. Here’s what may be driving the need for crypto in these countries.
As uncertainty from the COVID-19 pandemic persists, investors have fled not just to the traditional safety of the U.S. dollar, but interestingly, to an emerging “safe haven” in stablecoins. What is driving people to this form of crypto, and what it could it mean for the long-term prospects of the entire crypto market? Find out here.
With crypto adoption steadily growing every year, a new report from Deutsche Bank reveals that its proliferation is emulating that of the early Internet. The bank is confident that digital assets have the potential to replace cash and will reach 200 million users by 2030. See what other insights are revealed.